Problem

Overreactive personality

Nature:
Many of our present day illnesses (cancers, heart attacks, for example) are stress related disorders. People are either responsive or reactive. If reactive, they tend to be at-risk much of time because they confuse the relative with the absolute. They tend to think (or believe) they are right, that their perceptions are true statements of absolute reality. They tend to delude themselves in their seemingly self-righteous rectitude. The more reactive a person is, the more that person is subject to illness and disease. They get sick, suffer and die often times from something other than natural old age.
Strategies:
Affirming positive
Values:
Impersonality
Subject(s):
Psychology Psychology
Problem Type:
F: Fuzzy exceptional problems
Date of last update
28.03.1999 – 00:00 CET